ONE YEAR AGO … “DPC Journal Spotlight” Nextera Healthcare donates primary care to benefit three local families in need

LONGMONT, Colo. (September 26, 2013) – Committed to improving population health in Colorado and beyond, Nextera Healthcare has granted each of three local nonprofit organizations, Longmont Meals on Wheels, HOPE and The Our Center, with one-year family memberships to its Direct Primary Care (DPC) program. The Nextera Healthcare memberships will be awarded by each charity to families in need whose access to primary care has … Continue reading ONE YEAR AGO … “DPC Journal Spotlight” Nextera Healthcare donates primary care to benefit three local families in need

BREITBART: Doctors dump health insurance plans, charge patients less

WICHITA, Kan., June 14, 2013 (UPI) –  A Kansas physician says he makes the same income and offers better quality care to his patients after he dumped all health insurance companies. Thirty-two-year old family physician Doug Nunamaker of Wichita, Kan., said after five years of dealing with the red tape of health insurance companies and the high overhead for the staff he hired just to … Continue reading BREITBART: Doctors dump health insurance plans, charge patients less

MISSOURI: $70 a month for check ups, some tests and meetings with a nutrition specialist and PCP.

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Dr. Myriam Ensling made the old dentist’s office she moved to in 2012 her new place of business, even with the dental lamps hanging from the ceiling. “I see the patient, I have to write down the diagnosis, to do the bill, to prescribe things in only fifteen minutes,” Ensling said. “So it’s a bad quality of care.” Ensling said she split … Continue reading MISSOURI: $70 a month for check ups, some tests and meetings with a nutrition specialist and PCP.

‘DPC is the perfect setup for people without insurance, people with high-deductible plans often attached to HSAs, or anyone with private insurance whose in-network and out-of-network benefits are similar, like a Blue Cross Blue Shield state health plan.’ – Wingo, MD

SEPTEMBER 19, 2014 – It is obvious to everyone that the healthcare system in our country is broken and getting worse.  What is not so obvious is what it would take to fix it.  To know this, we have to understand where we are and how we got here. So where are we?  We are in an corrupt, bureaucratic, enormously expensive healthcare system.  Because of … Continue reading ‘DPC is the perfect setup for people without insurance, people with high-deductible plans often attached to HSAs, or anyone with private insurance whose in-network and out-of-network benefits are similar, like a Blue Cross Blue Shield state health plan.’ – Wingo, MD